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Public lecture: Translational Research - what does it mean for VU?

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Monday 19 October 2015

Professor Warren Payne, Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Research Training will deliver the third College of Health & Biomedicine Dean's Lecture for 2015. The lecture is titled 'Translational Research - what does it mean for VU?'.

In this presentation, Professor Payne will explore various approaches to translational research. 

He will propose a way forward for Victoria University to assist the University to have a real and positive impact on its partner communities and industries as well as position itself as a global leader in translational research.
 
After the lecture, we invite you to join us for lunch.

About the speaker

Professor Payne has 20 years of experience in the tertiary sector and has researched and taught in a variety of exercise science and health promotion areas. He has published over 150 refereed publications, conference proceedings and major industry reports.
Professor Payne’s work with industry has resulted in significant changes to a range of industry groups and has received a number of awards. Since 2003, he has been awarded grants for consultancy-based research totalling over AUD $6 million for work in physical performance test development and health program evaluation.

RSVP attendance

Please RSVP to patrick.mclaughlin@vu.edu.au.

About the Dean's lecture series

The seminar series, which is free and open to the public, is hosted by the Dean of the College of Health & Biomedicine, Professor Greg Blatch.

The Dean’s lecture series covers:

  • research
  • teaching and learning
  • clinical teaching
  • external engagement.

Highly regarded topic-area experts present to the College, wider university community and external partners.

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When?

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19 October 2015, 11:00am to 12:30pm

Get in touch

Dr Patrick McLaughlin
Snr Lecturer in Osteopathy
School of Biomedical & Health Sciences, Victoria University
Phone: 
+61 3 9919 1131